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HR 2014: The Next Generation of HR

The expectations of HR have never been greater. Business leaders expect HR to play a central role in strategic development and driving business growth, and they want results fast. This will require bold, inventive thinking, and the ability to deliver solutions that add business value. It will also require the ability to rethink everything HR does, and navigate challenging issues with senior management.

Conference e-Proceedings | October 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: CHIEF TALENT/ LEARNING OFFICER Implications

Baby boomer retirements will create a shortage of skilled workers in mature economies, leading to a "war for talent." Winners will be companies that fill skill gaps through planning and retraining.

Report | 12 pages | October 2014 | Ben Cheng, Bert Colijn, Gad Levanon, Michael Paterra | The Conference Board, Inc.

A Survey of Non-retirees and Retirees in Canada: Retirement Perspectives and Plans

This report summarizes the information garnered through a 2014 survey of Canadians aged 18 to 65+. It delves into their experiences, views, and behaviours as they pertain to retirement planning.

Report | 108 pages | October 2014 | Judith MacBride-King | The Conference Board of Canada

Enquête auprès des non-retraités et des retraités canadiens : Perspectives d’avenir et régimes de retraite

Ce rapport résume l’information recueillie dans le cadre d’un sondage réalisé en 2014 auprès de Canadiens âgés de 18 à 65 ans et plus. Il porte sur leurs expériences, opinions et comportements en matière de planification de la retraite. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français, suivi d'une version anglaise du rapport intégral.

Rapport | 120 pages | October 2014 | Judith MacBride-King | The Conference Board of Canada

Treating Employees Like Customers

The corporate workforce has changed. Employees are no longer a mass population of resources, costs or factors of production. They’re not even assets, though many organizations refer to them that way. 21st century employees are thinkers, contributors and investors of human capital. In particular, they are savvy consumers of their organization’s reward programs, culture and employment brand. And it’s about time HR departments learned that not all employees can be treated equally. Join us for a 60-minute webinar with Tom Davenport, Senior Practitioner in the Towers Watson Talent and Organization Alignment Practice. In this session, Tom discusses how treating your employees as consumers of your “deal” will improve internal engagement, productivity and the bottom line.

Recorded Webinar | October 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

DNA of Engagement: How Organizations Create and Sustain Highly Engaging Cultures

Organizations with highly engaging cultures continually build on positive momentum in an effort to drive and sustain business performance. This report explores the commonalities among these organizations.

Report | 92 pages | October 2014 | Rebecca L. Ray, Patrick Hyland, David A. Dye, Joe Kaplan, Adam Pressman | The Conference Board, Inc.

Human Capital Analytics @ Work, Volume I

Six high-profile companies describe how they use human capital analytics at their organizations and offer advice on how you can best implement it at yours.

Report | 62 pages | October 2014 | Patti P. Phillips, Rebecca L. Ray | The Conference Board, Inc.

From Application to Onboarding: Accommodations Make a Difference

As companies increasingly seek to recruit, hire, and retain employees with disabilities, employers are recognizing challenges inherent in a standardized recruiting process, especially in the areas of applications and interviews. From online applications to some interview techniques, employers may be inadvertently screening out the very talent they are seeking.

Recorded Webinar | October 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

Intelligent Failure

Join us for a 60-minute recorded webinar with Ashley Good, CEO of Fail Forward. Ashley suggests that in order to succeed, today's leaders must be prepared to fail, more specifically, to fail well. Failing well, or ‘intelligent failure,’ means acknowledging that failure happens to the best of us, and building the skills needed to learn and grow stronger from one’s mistakes.

Recorded Webinar | September 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Human Capital in Review: Human Capital Analytics (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2014)

This publication is designed for busy human capital executives who value selected, thoughtfully summarized article reviews of what is happening in the area of human capital analytics.

Report | 15 pages | September 2014 | Rebecca L. Ray, Patti P. Phillips, Caroline Hubble | The Conference Board, Inc.

International Comparisons of Annual Labor Force Statistics

The International Labor Comparisons (ILC) program prepares international comparisons of economic indicators across countries, pinpointing differences in labor market tightness, unemployment, and labor force participation in various population categories.

Report | 25 pages | September 2014 | Michael Paterra, Elizabeth Crofoot, Klaas de Vries, Eric Hayek | The Conference Board, Inc.

Workplace Bullying Primer: What It Is and How to Deal With It

Bullying has grown up, moving out of the schoolyard and into the workplace. There are organizational and individual costs, negatively affecting the effectiveness and the image of the corporation.

Recorded Webinar | September 2014 | Ruth Wright | The Conference Board of Canada

From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: CFO Implications

Baby boomer retirements will cause labor shortages in mature economies, leading to higher wages and lower profits. How can CFOs mitigate these effects? This outlines actions and provides tools to predict specific shortages.

Report | 8 pages | September 2014 | Ben Cheng, Bert Colijn, Gad Levanon, Michael Paterra | The Conference Board, Inc.

On the Record with Charles Allen

“Retaining people in the profession is definitely our biggest issue,” notes Charles Allen, CEO of accounting/consulting firm Crowe Horwath LLP. He tells us how his firm approaches this key human capital challenge.

Executive Action Report | 7 pages | September 2014 | Harvey D. Shapiro | The Conference Board, Inc.

From Not Enough Jobs to Not Enough Workers: What Retiring Baby Boomers and the Coming Labor Shortage Mean for Your Company

The retirement of baby boomers will create labor shortages in mature economies worldwide. This report covers implications for companies and actions they can take.

Report | 56 pages | September 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

How Does Your Coaching Practice Compare? 2014 Survey Results

The Conference Board and Council on Executive Coaching will present the results of the latest benchmark “2014 Coaching Practices Survey,” which includes trends on coaching rates and fees, engagement length and terms, and types of coaching engagements.

Recorded Webinar | September 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Key to Optimal Business Results: Insights from The 2014 Performance Management Conference

For performance management to be more than mere compensation management, systems must be behavior focused, integrated into workflow and processes, and communicated with care to employees.

Report | 10 pages | August 2014 | Corporate Authorship TCB | The Conference Board, Inc.

Is Health and Safety on Your Board’s Agenda?

This briefing discusses how boards can ensure the quality of their due diligence and make an important contribution to the risk culture of their organization by assuming formal oversight of workplace health and safety risk.

Briefing | 20 pages | August 2014 | Bryce Swerhun | The Conference Board of Canada

La santé et la sécurité sont-elles dans la mire de votre conseil d’administration?

Cette note propose des pistes de solution pour aider les conseils d'administration à exercer une diligence raisonnable de qualité et contribuer ainsi à la culture de leur organisation en matière de risques grâce à une surveillance formelle des risques pour la santé et la sécurité au travail.

Briefing | 22 pages | August 2014 | Bryce Swerhun | Le Conference Board du Canada

The 2014 Leadership Development Conference: Identifying Your Company's Leadership DNA

Companies concerned about their executive pipelines should invest in leadership training, especially of high potential employees. The biggest bang from training dollars comes through action learning, stretch assignments, and coaching.

Report | 10 pages | July 2014 | Corporate Authorship TCB | The Conference Board, Inc.

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